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Dell buys EMC for $67 billion: Will bigger be better?; Photos: 10 patents for innovation in outer space

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Dell buys EMC for $67 billion: Will bigger be better?

Dell acquires EMC in a deal that creates the largest privately held technology company. The combined entity, which will be run by Michael Dell, is betting scale will sell to enterprises.

Photos: 10 patents for invention and innovation in outer space

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